NEPALGUNJ, May 7: As many as 10 COVID-19 patients died from the virus in Banke in the last 24 hours. Those dying of COVID-19 in various hospitals in Banke district include eight people from Banke and one each from Bardiya and Kailali districts.
NEPALGUNJ, April 28: The stock of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) used by medical professionals during the treatment of COVID-19 patients and the transportation of dead bodies is depleting fast at Bheri Hospital
Due to the increasing number of daily infections, the corona wards of COVID hospitals in Bheri and Kohalpur have been sending infected patients home as the hospitals are in no state of admitting patients from other districts.
SURKHET, Sept 13: Whenever locals of Bheriganga Municipality-1 in Surkhet need to reach the district headquarters, they always have to undertake a perilous journey across the Bheri River. As there is no bridge over the river, they are forced to risk their lives using inflated rubber tubes to cross the river.
SURKHET, July 24: Construction work on the tunne of the Bheri-Babai Diversion Multipurpose has completed is fifty percent complete, the project office said on Monday. Designated as a national pride projects, it took nine months for the project to bore six of the total 12 kilometers long tunnel. While sharing the update, project officials said that they expect to complete the project on time.
KATHMANDU, Jan 24: Ministry of Irrigation is preparing to transfer the budget allocated for Bheri Babai Diversion Multi Purpose Project to fund petty projects in election constituencies of home and irrigation ministers in Dhanusha and Dang, respectively, officials privy to the issue say.
NEPALGANJ, Oct 29: Bheri Zonal Hospital of Nepalgunj has been discharging sewage and septic tank contents into the city's open dumps, resulting in strong and unbearable stench in the surrounding areas, according to the locals.
NEPALGUNJ, Sept 8: Bheri Zonal Hospital, the biggest government hospital in Bheri zone, is spreading disease instead of curing it. That is what the patients and visitors say as piles of unattended garbage continue to trouble them.